PITTSBURGH, March 3, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- MY MUSIC: THIS LAND IS YOUR LAND takes a rousing musical journey through the evolution of modern American folk music, from its roots in bluegrass to San Francisco coffee house hipsters to clubs in Greenwich Village. Hosted by Tom and Dick Smothers and Judy Collins, this landmark special - which influenced the film A Mighty Wind - features an emotional reunion of beloved folk performers of the 1960s in concert. Among the icons performing are The Kingston Trio, Barry McGuire, The Brothers Four, Glenn Yarbrough and The Byrds' Roger McGuinn singing songs of hope, change and protest that remain relevant today.
MY MUSIC: THIS LAND IS YOUR LAND from TJL Productions begins airing nationwide on PBS stations the weekend of March 5, 2016 (check local listings). Viewers who pledge support to their local PBS station will receive an exclusive 4 CD set with dozens of classic 1960s folk recordings by the original artists including greatest songs by Peter, Paul & Mary.
Both Sides Now – Judy Collins
Where Have All The Flowers Gone – The Kingston Trio
Michael – The Highwaymen
Baby The Rain Must Fall – Glenn Yarbrough
Try To Remember – The Brothers Four
Green, Green – Randy Sparks & The Minstrels
Eve of Destruction – Barry McGuire
Turn, Turn, Turn – Roger McGuinn
SOURCE TJL Productions